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Kharian man captures 12-foot-long python

By News Desk

November 21, 2023 03:11 PM


A daring man in Kharian captured a massive 12-foot-long python from an open field on Tuesday, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

The young man, Meharban, was monitoring his herd grazing in the field when he spotted the python in Meerrh area of Kharian.

He somehow got hold of the huge snake with his bare hands. The python weighed about 40 kilograms.

The news spread like a jungle fire in the area and hundreds of people gathered there to see the python. They also lauded the bravery of Meharban.

Later, Meharban freed the python in Pibi forest.

 

Reporter Syed Tanvir Naqvi


News Desk


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